a professor in two different schoolsso, tell us, do us a little john king thing for us here. >> pretend we don't have that map with the counties, but -- >> i've got spreadsheets. >> you know. well, good. okay, but everybody, you know, everybody nationally has been talking about this in a very undifferentiated way. to the degree they're talking at all they're talking about states, and they're giving us this image of big numbers. i think it's not quite like that, right? i think it's relative, although there's a very significant phenomenon, we're still talking about small numbers and relatively contained. so i mean, just setting it up for folks, i mean we know that in some of the swing states, latino vote didn't matter, didn't make the margin at all. ohio, pennsylvania, iowa, and new hampshire, latinos, you know had little if anything to do with it. in four swing states, nevada, new mexico, colorado, and florida, you could have made the difference.